Definition of 'grate'
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It grates with the folks back home and their discontent is not confined to the captain. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Finely grate in the lime zest and squeeze in the juice. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'grate'
British English: grate /ɡreɪt/ VERB
When you grate food, you shred it into very small pieces using a tool called a grater.
Grate the cheese into a bowl.
- American English: grate
- Arabic: يَبْشُرُ يحك بسطح خشن
- Brazilian Portuguese: ralar
- Chinese: 磨碎
- Croatian: ribati
- Czech: strouhat
- Danish: rive
- Dutch: raspen
- European Spanish: rallar
- Finnish: raastaa
- French: râper
- German: raspeln
- Greek: τρίβω
- Italian: grattugiare
- Japanese: すりおろす
- Korean: 쇠살대
- Norwegian: raspe
- Polish: utrzeć
- European Portuguese: ralar
- Romanian: a răzui
- Russian: тереть
- Spanish: rallar
- Swedish: riva
- Thai: ขูดออก
- Turkish: şömine ızgarası
- Ukrainian: терти
- Vietnamese: nạo
British English: grate NOUN
A grate is a framework of metal bars in a fireplace, which holds the coal or wood.
A wood fire burned in the grate.
Definition of grate from the Collins English Dictionary
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